Brotherhood of St Laurence

Left directions : is there a third way? /

By: Nursey-Bray, Paul (ed.)
Contributor(s): Bacchi, Carol Lee (ed.)
Publisher: Crawley, W.A. University of Western Australia Press 2001Description: vi, [i] 254pISBN: 9781876268640; 1876268646Subject(s): Values | Socialism | Action Research | Social Policy | Right And Left (political Science) | Welfare State | Civil Society | Humanitarianism | Education | Global Economy | Community Services | Feminism | The Third Way | Aboriginal Land Rights | Human Rights | Third SectorDDC classification: 320.5 LEF
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Includes a chapter by Nic Frances : 'A third way for welfare' pp.42-50. Contents: Introduction. Socialism and the Third Way/Paul Nursey -- Bray and Carol Lee Bacchi -- I. Presenting the Third Way. In defence of the Third Way/ Mark Latham -- Is there a Third Way?/Geoff Gallop -- A Third Way for Welfare?/ Nicholas Frances -- II. Questioning the Third Way. What directions are left?/ Paul Nursey-Bray -- The Third Way : social project or normal politics? -- Welfare, citizenship and the Third Way/ Clem Macintyre -- Class complexity versus Third Way reductionism -- Dealing with 'difference' : beyond 'multiple subjectivity's'/ Carol Lee Bacchi -- Globalisation and international justice : humanitarian intervention and the 'Third Way'/ Michael Sullivan -- III. Debates on the left. Labour and the left/Carol Johnson -- Rebuilding community : welfare issues and the welfare state/Gael Fraser -- A possessive investment in patriarchal whiteness : nullifying native title/ Aileen Moreton-Robinson --The sound of one hand grasping at straws? Struggles for quality and equity in public school education/ Pat Thomson -- Negotiating difference : debatable feminism/ Chris Beasley.

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320.5 LEF (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Available 22510812

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